Within the Village of Tower Lakes borders, there are three active homeowners’ associations:
The largest of these is the Tower Lakes Improvement Association (TLIA), consisting of over 360 member families. It was chartered in 1931 and was the governing body of Tower Lakes until Village incorporation in 1966. It still holds title to the lakes, ponds, islands, beach, bridges, parks, playgrounds, soccer field and tennis courts in Tower Lakes, which are the private property of its members. Because of this extensive recreational property ownership, the TLIA has a much larger and more active role than the typical homeowners’ association. It sponsors frequent social events, including the annual July 4 festival. Its volunteer, unpaid, elected board meets on the second Monday of each month, at the Tower Lakes Village Office, 400 North Route 59, Tower Lakes, IL 60010 at 7:30 pm.
The Fenview Estates Property Owners’ Association consists of 35 homes. Meetings are periodic, on an as-called basis. The F.V.E. Property Owners’ Association maintains the entry area, structures and lighting at the Fenview Drive/ Kelsey Road intersection.
The Country Club Estates Homeowners’ Association consists of 39 homes. Meetings are periodic on an as-called basis. The C.C.E. Homeowners’ Association maintains the entry areas, structures and lighting at the intersections of Indian Trail Road/ Pebble Creek Drive and Indian Trail Road/ Rolling Green Drive.